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Music heals

I’m currently watching a streaming video from the United States (and London) of a telethon raising money for Haiti. They have shown clips of the beautiful people of Haiti gathering in streets and singing.

Singing.

How humbling and uplifting.

I’m pretty sure that every Dollar/Euro/Pound will make a difference.

Let’s do what we can – which is usually more than we tend to believe.

Click here to donate and help rebuild a nation.

3 Comments

  1. Alixkovich said…

    You're such a nice person! I'll ask my parents to donate!

    Bye!
    Alix

  2. Catherine said…

    Agree… it was truly uplifting. I did a post on a few favourite moments myself. Money is really the thing that is needed most in these situations.

  3. Edible Marie said…

    I caught a story on NPR about Romel Joseph, a violinist, who lost his pregnant wife in the disaster. He ran a music school in which he was stuck in, his wife perished on the first floor. Stevie Wonder just gave Joseph two of his keyboards. Music is one of the few languages that pulls us together in a time like this. So is mercy.

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